..and a dollar short. How can I tell it is mid-February? I seem to have a bit of cabin fever, I can't focus on anything for too long, and FC is on the couch with the flu. He did give me a box of chocolate truffles, which is nice, after all these years.
I resurrected my new design- and I was stalled for some really dumb reasons. We needed new printer ink (in a house full of techies, you would be surprised how long it took to get more)- and Bewawa delivered to the house, so you see, I couldn't print the chart and see how it would look. I also thought about a long-ago trip to Britain, and the main color is the turquoise blue that you see all over Brighton- a kitschy seaside town, and thus came up with "Brighton Rock". Yes, I did listen to alot of Queen in my youth as well. I admit it.
As well, spinning is taking up alot of my time. It is endlessly fascinating. Not to non-spinners.
I am almost finished the edges of the SS Hap Shawl- (sounds like a boat, doesn't it?)
I am almost done reading this. It's about the Canadian art scene around the time of the first World War. The Group of Seven is famous here, and some would be surprised to learn they only were together a very short time. The death of Tom Thomson, under mysterious circumstances, is part of Canadian folklore- but they represented this beautiful land in a new way. This is well written, and fascinating. I did manage to see the exhibit at the McMichael a few weeks ago.
Kitten Chow is currently on a diet, and is a little grumpy. Just a little.